" @King Saturn:well outside of Classic Beyonder and TOAA I dont know of any other Totally Omnipotent Beings in the Marvel Multiverse... though you could say when Thanos had the Heart of the Universe he was Totally Omnipotent too... but that was consider the acts and power of TOAA anyways...
really? how many are like the one above all? You caught me there hehehe i didn't know that and
NO ONE CAN KILL THE BEYONDER WITHOUT HIS CONSENT lol!!!! good one! "
"who can prove me that beyonder is equal or above TOAA "
"The Tribunal wins this without even breaking a sweat. Doom took the Beyonder's powers for a while, even with the Infinity Gauntlet Adam Warlock started to show off about his new found Godhood. Eternity, and the other Celestial Beings were thrown around, and were helpless against him. Suddenly the Freak show comes to an end, as the Tribunal just raises a finger and shutsdown the Gauntlet's power. Even Adam Warlock begin to question how powerful the Tribunal must be. Nothing in the Marvel universe has ever proved powerful enough to even threaten the Tribunal. Eternity eluded to the fact that the Tribunal's power was absolute, and he was second in the pecking order. Now the Beyonder says that he is "From beyond." but Marvel states that the Tribunal rules over the entire Marvel multiverse. So to me the Tribunal is absolute. "
PR Beyonder wins, he was basically a Presence or TOAA from a diferent creation where he was all of its creation.
Post Retcon loses hard since he's a mutant/Cosmic Cube/Inhuman/whatever that sits way below other cosmic deities let alone the LT.
Has Beyonder ever encountered Living Tribunal ?He encountered Bendis, a baldy stoned writer thinking he's Marvels TOAA who retconed the hell out of Beyonder's powers and turned him into a chump that hangs out with Gorgon and Lockjaw
@Ziro: Pre-Retcon Beyonder got his powers taken away by Dr. Doom, when has anything even close to that happened to the Tribunal?When Protege usurped the power of the Living Tribunal in Earth-691 alternate future , set in the in 31st century.
pr-beyonder wins. any other beyonder that is not above the level of protege will loose.
captioned scans: indicating key points of the context that the living tribunal needed to use spells of the EXTRA-DIMENSION to battle dr. strange. and that the living tribunal was subjected under the bounds of raggaddor's "potent curse", and ACKNOWLEDGING that dr. strange is indeed THAT POWERFUL.
I've always wondered why do comic books very conveniently forget about the omnipotence paradox when dealing with supposedly omnipotent characters like LT and PRB
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